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Family Services reopens to the public

June 1, 2021

In-person services are being provided once more at Family Services’ buildings and out in the community.

Family Services Headquarters
A view outside Family Services’ headquarters and Counseling Clinic on Crooks Street in downtown Green Bay.

(Green Bay, Wis) – As of June 1, 2021 all Family Services of Northeast Wisconsin locations have reopened to the public.

Although Covid-19 continues to be a concern in our communities, great things are happening to allow this transition. The vaccine is widely available and anyone who wishes to get vaccinated can. The readiness and capacity of our region’s hospitals is also in a very good spot. The risk is not over, but it has been reduced to a reasonable enough place for us to move forward.

Per CDC guidelines, Family Services staff and clients who have provided proof of vaccination may choose to be unmasked. We do ask that anyone else who is visiting or receiving care at our facilities continue to wear a mask while indoors. Our buildings will also continue to maintain systems that allow for social distancing, such as stickers on the floor and chairs 6 feet apart in waiting rooms.

Now that Family Services has reopened, we anticipate that most people will wish to receive services through in-person visits in our buildings and in the community. However, virtual care will remain an option for those who need it or want it and in situations where a client or staff member is symptomatic.

For more information about our current guidelines or with questions, please call (920) 436-6800.